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... somewhere to fill my belly and get something to drink. Now I'm sure you ask- why don't you wait at the bus station? Because there is no bus station. For a major city the only bus station they have is some outdoor plexiglass stands with seats. At least the park gives a view of the harbour. So unless you've got a car I suggest you leave this place off the itinerary.
... of His plan with the earth! The view out my window right now reminds me of Isaiah 45:12 "I made the earth, I created the people who live on it. It was me – my hands stretched out the sky, I give orders to all the heavenly lights." (NET)
I arrived in Sydney safely and rather excited. Experienced Sydney traffic and a wonderful sunset over Sydney Harbour bridge & the Opera House. Photos later. We're off to Newcastle for CYC.
... had a glass of wine or beer instead. The weather did not really improve, so we headed off to the park to see if we could find the illusive Koala bear. We had been looking for Koala's for days but had never been lucky enough to spot one. As it turned out we were extra lucky and saw an Emu too. When we got back Alison had been very busy in the kitchen preparing a marvellous roast dinner. Their eldest son Callum and his girlfriend Molly joined us and ...
... salad bowl, oh how low you go when stranded on the side of a motor way!
We had to question whether Barry being a part of our gang was affecting our luck….
Once rescued we had the joy of a 170km trip with a less than chatty tow truck driver which was a little awkward to say the least. So we turned up in the least stylish manner possible (aside from being bundled out of a police car) and rolled La Toya off of the tow truck and in to the front ...
... was something I had been hoping to see since reading a review about it on the plane journey to Australia (I won’t start writing about what we thought of the film: that would be another essay!).
It was with sadness that we parted from Hannah at Newcastle train station the following afternoon: Pete and I were staying the night in Sydney before our flight to Auckland the following day. Our only consolation was the thought that we will be spending time with Hannah again ...
Other places to stay in Newcastle
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12 Steel St, Newcastle | 2 star hotelfrom $113
Cnr Shortland Esplanade and Zaara St, Newcastle | 4 star hotelfrom $152
700 Hunter Street, Newcastle | 3 star hotelfrom $101
575 Hunter St, Newcastle | 4 star hotelfrom $180
10 Rugby Road , Newcastle | Hotelfrom $143
3-5 Thomas Street, Corner of Link And Lakes Roads, Newcastle | Hotelfrom $63
418 Maitland Rd, Newcastle | Hotelfrom $105
21 Parnell Place, Newcastle | Hotelfrom $118
347 Hunter Street, Newcastle | 4 star hotelfrom $126